Albinoism
Albinoism Al*bi"no*ism, n. The state or condition of being an albino; albinism. [1913 Webster]

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  • albinoism — noun congenital lack of melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); the condition of being albino Syn: albinism See Also: albino …   Wiktionary

  • albinoism — al·bi·no·ism al bī nə .wiz əm n ALBINISM …   Medical dictionary

  • albinoism — n. state or condition of being an albino …   English contemporary dictionary

  • albinoism — al·bi·no·ism …   English syllables

  • albinoism — noun see albinism …   Useful english dictionary

  • Carlito (Bo! in the USA) — Carlito is a fictional character played by Luis Fernandez Gil in the Channel 4 comedy Bo! in the USA . Carlito and his co worker Ralph (Leigh Francis) are often seen laughing at people with Albinoism. Carlito always tells Ralph not to have a… …   Wikipedia

  • albinism — noun congenital lack of melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); the condition of being albino Syn: albinoism See Also: albino …   Wiktionary

  • Dragonlords (Joanne Bertin) — Dragonlords are a race of people in Joanne Bertin s novels The Last Dragonlord and Dragon and Phoenix. They have both dragon and human souls, being able to change between the forms almost at will. Each Dragonlord has a marking,some physical… …   Wikipedia

  • achromasia — Synonyms and related words: achroma, achromatosis, albescence, albinism, albino, albinoism, blondness, canescence, chalkiness, creaminess, fairness, frostiness, glaucescence, glaucousness, grizzliness, hoariness, lactescence, leukoderma,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • albinism — Synonyms and related words: Christmas disease, Hartnup disease, Werdnig Hoffmann disease, achroma, achromasia, achromatic vision, achromatosis, albescence, albino, albinoism, astigmatism, astigmia, bad eyesight, blindness, blondness, blurred… …   Moby Thesaurus

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